Enterprises of Future
Enterprise IT, also known as enterprise-class IT, is hardware and software designed to meet the demands of a large organization. In comparison to consumers and small companies, an enterprise has greater requirements for availability, compatibility, reliability, scalability, performance and security, among other things.
Futures of Enterprise IT
- Enterprise technology is changing faster than ever. Traditional boundaries within the IT stack are blurring. Applications are evolving into living systems of technologies, infrastructure, and people—opening up new space for innovation.
- But patchwork ways of working and applications built for another era are still holding organizations back. Bridging this innovation achievement gap demands new ways of thinking and working that are much more experimental, agile and resilient—supported by technology.
- Technology is changing faster than ever. Applications are merging with data and infrastructure, moving outside the enterprise and evolving into systems, embedding themselves deeply into our daily lives.
- These blurring boundaries are transforming the very nature of human-machine relationships and fundamentally changing our understanding of enterprise IT. Applications, data, and infrastructure are evolving into living systems—with people at their center. It’s a seismic shift for most organizations, both technologically and culturally.